Polish-born architect and designer Jorge Zalszupin would have celebrated his 99th birthday on June 1. An important figure in modern design lived most of his life
Dávid Kováts, the co-founder of Budapest’s Dobossy Auction House, opened a gallery in London in December 2020, right in the middle of the coronavirus epidemic. The
Snack at your grandmother, quick appetite suppression after a school running race or the most classic menu at a house party—we know a thousand faces of
Success, glamor, and recognition: for a painter, many times, life is not long enough to really become successful. Hard work, management, a lot of time and
On the website of the Hungarian National Gallery you can read a super painting analysis of Pál Szinyei Merse’s painting entitled Picnic in May. If someone
Home and studio at the same time: there are hardly any artists who would not have the dream of having a spacious studio in their dream
For most people, hospitals are the equivalent of depressing and sad wards, but the new Center for Paediatric Cardiology (NÚSCH) in Bratislava confronts stereotypes. The spaces
Many see it as vandalism, others as art, but one thing is for sure: the genre of street art can be found in countless cities in
Elements of neo-Gothicism, authentic murals, a multimedia library, modern furniture and barrier-free solutions: this is the environment which the first Municipal Art Centre in Lviv, Ukraine
Simple geometric forms combined with a distinct color palette and hand-crafted techniques: the modernist furniture pieces of NOOM Studio pay homage to suprematism and the Bauhaus.
Almost an entire year has gone by without exhibitions and installations: the art scene has gathered so much ammunition and has evolved to such extent in
An old barn has been brought to new life near the Danube, just a few kilometers away from the Serbian capital: breaking with its original function,
After their first debut in September, MoMA and Vans dropped their second art-inspired collection. The Museum of Modern Arts in New York and popular streetwear brand
Commissioned by the Hungarian Cultural Center London, Hungarian graffiti artist Fat Heat has made a wall painting to commemorate the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The artwork
Abandoned beach chairs in the sand, a motionless bouncing castle, deserted stand and spotless flip flops – painted by Croatian artist Josipa Krolo in her hometown, Split, Croatia.